Making her play
Hillary Clinton is expected to announce her run for the US presidency next month. For millions of American women, it will mean their time has come.
My most memorable Hillary Clinton story is, as a journalistic exercise last summer, lining up for two hours outside a bookstore in Saratoga Springs in upstate New York where she was signing copies of her memoir, Hard Choices.
I was one of a handful of men on the long snaking line. It was obvious from the women I spoke to that, as with African Americans for Barack Obama, this was part of an intense female...
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